Wondering where in France to book your winter break? Morzine is without doubt one of the most popular destinations for skiers and snowboarders in Europe and we take a look at just some of the reasons why.
Morzine’s neighbouring resort, Avoriaz, is opening early this week thanks to recent heavy snow fall! Sitting at an altitude of 1800m, Avoriaz is positioned slightly higher than its larger counterpart, which has an altitude of 1000m. This means it can often experience earlier and heavier snow fall than Morzine, making the whole region an excellent place to ski or snowboard.
The grand opening weekend of Morzine’s ski season is just days away and the town is pulling out all the stops. Here’s our guide to what not to miss!
Avoid the drizzle of England this festive season and escape into a true winter wonderland for the perfect white Christmas in Morzine. Read on to discover why this tradional Alp town is the perfect location for this festive season, from an enchanted forest to a catered ski chalet.
If you’re planning on staying in Morzine for New Year’s Eve 2019, take a look at our what’s on guide to make the most of this truly unforgettable experience!
Grab your skis and find your thermals, Morzine’s highly anticipated 2019-2020 winter ski season is fast approaching. Snow permitting, Morzine and nearby Les Gets’ ski lifts will open 14th December and Avoriaz will open a day earlier on 13th December.